1020 Hot Rolled Steel is a very commonly used plain carbon steel. It has a small amount of carbon content, typically 0.20% with approximately0.50% manganese. Its strength and ductility provides a great combination for a variety of manufacturing opportunities and it may be carburized or hardened.
1020 Steel General Information. According to the four digit alloy numbering system, 1020 Steel is a Hot Roll Chemistry Plate whereby 10 designates a basic plain carbon steel and 20 designates the approximate carbon content. HR 1020 steel is a general purpose, mild, low-carbon steel with good overall, structural steel properties.
Hot rolled SAE-AISI 1020 is SAE-AISI 1020 steel in the hot worked condition. The graph bars on the material properties cards below compare hot rolled SAE-AISI 1020 to: wrought carbon or non-alloy steels (top), all iron alloys (middle), and the entire database (bottom).
Standard mill sizes for Hot Rolled Steel C1018/1020 Round Bar range from 3/4 all the way up to 12. Other sizes may be available. Contact your local Metal Supermarkets store to confirm availability and pricing, or buy online. To buy online, find your desired size below and click on the applicable cart.
AISI 1020 carbon steel should be forged at 1260C (2300F) down to 982C (1800F). Hot Working. AISI 1020 carbon steel can be hot worked in the range of 482 to 649C (900 to 1200F). Cold Working. Cold working AISI 1020 carbon steel is possible using all the conventional methods.
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tensile - yield strength of steel chart Tensile / yield strengths and ductilities for some of the plain carbon and low alloy steels are given in the following mechanical properties of steel chart. Yield Strength, Tensile Strength and Ductility Values for Steels at Room Temperature